2020 Topps Allen & Ginter Chrome Baseball will make its debut with a much different configuration than the standard edition.
Vintage Sports Card News
One of few World War II era issues, the W753 team set featured the 1941 St. Louis Browns.
Dealers and collectors who sell on Amazon have been told to remove listings using the Washington Redskins name–even trading cards with no logo– but what’s the long-term plan? They’re not saying.
One autograph authenticator calls Donald Henkel a “master forger.” The FBI raided his property this week, looking for evidence in a wide-ranging federal case that alleges fake artwork and sports memorabilia.
Sports Memorabilia News
He doesn’t own it anymore and he didn’t play in the game but the Super Bowl LIII ring the New England Patriots gave Josh Gordon will go to the highest bidder.
Around the Hobby
Mark Arzoumanian walks through some tips for finding the right auction company to market and sell your trading card sets.
- Mint Autographed Jordan Rookie Card Set for Auction Just Part of Collector’s Long Signature Seeking Journey
- Topps Launches “Prospect Pool” Set of MLB Summer Campers
- Notes: Ben Baller Set Coming; Amazon’s Top Sellers; Name Change=More $; Elite Goes eCommerce; Jacksonville Show
- Notes: ’59 Cello Box Auction; $1 Million LeBron; 11,000 Sosa Rookie Cards; Brady’s 1st Bucs Card
It’ll be a wild and wacky season–if it actually comes to pass. Here are some things to keep in mind from a collecting perspective as MLB pushes toward “spring” training and a 60-game season.
What’s Hot in the Shop
The insatiable appetite for sports cards has prices of boxes and singles climbing ever higher. Mike has the reasons and the rundown of the hottest of the hot at his shop.